The new TTS is better, but instead it makes the k sound like a g.
EDIT I'm comparing the new TTS with the really horrible one we had before as Mygrapefruit mentioned. In her comment, there's a link to a correct pronunciation of the word. Follow that and hear how it's supposed to sound.
Here in the USA, different regions of the country use different dialects, with the stress on words being different. For instance, in the south they would pronounce the word 'hotel' with the stress on the first syllable, while in most other parts of the country the stress would be on the second syllable. So I guess it's just this way with other languages too.
Yes, but what is different with some words in Swedish, is that we have 'two' stresses, and that these two stresses sometimes changes the meaning of the word. For example: 'Tomten' with stress on the first syllable means 'bulding plot', but stress on both the first and the last syllable, means 'Father Christmas'.